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FRACTIONAL DISTILLATION

fractions obtained by this method from 200 c.c., 50 per cent,
benzene, each table denoting a complete series of fractionations,
using a simple column with two bulbs.

A,,
	a
 fi5-Qo'
	»?•-
	r>,
 05-100°
	j GO- 105"
	F.
 105-110"
	o.
 110-115"
	Resic

19 c.c.
	s;? <••<-•
	
	15 c.c.
	13 c.c.
	17 c.c.
	21  C.C.
	33 c


	A'
	r,',,
	cv.
	I )'.
	K'.
	F',,

k
	7"'-
	— —
	__
	85-105"
	105-108"
	io8-r]

ded
	
	
	(rnr c.H)
	
	
	

.l«-d
	
	
	
	
	
	


	
	
	(9 c.c.*)
	
	
	

dcd
	
	
	
	
	
	

i«:
	
	
	
	f,n r.r.
	
	

ded
	
	
	
	
	
	

K.
 d.-d
	
	
	
	
	(n c.c.")
	on  f

•frru--att-il
	
	
	7 r c
	
	
	


	
	
	
	
	(1 C.C.
	5 c.


	
	
	
	
	
	


	.S <".<:.
	.<;., «:.«.
	7 c.c.
	50 r.c.
	6 c.c.
	57 c.

Residue.

42 c.c.

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The fraction 79—81   is further purified in the manner already
described.